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August 23, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST M, 1950 Incumbents Are Holding Ground in Three States In Primary Election By The Associated Press 4 In primary elections in three ^itates yesterday, most of the 'Ins" •toyed In, or with the vote still Being counted, looked likely to win their races for renominatlon. In all, candidates were picked for M house seats In New York, Mississippi, Wyoming and Delaware. Party conventions Sept. 6 and 7 will name New York's candidates for governor and U. S. senator. Only five out of New York's -15 congressmen faced opposition in yesterday's balloting. Winning renomination were veteran upstate Republicans W. Sterling cole of the 39th district and Clarence E. Kiluurn of the 34th, and Democrat Louis B. Heller of the 7th in Brooklyn. Democrat Joseph L. Pfeifer, who has represented Brooklyn's 8th for 16 years was defeated by a political newcomer attorney Victor k. Anfuso. Rep. Edwin A. Hall's bitter four- way fight for Republican renomin- ation in Hie 31th 'was undecided. With 213 of 232 precincts counted, Hall led LesU'r n. Mosher by 108 votes—15,602 to 15,494. Unofficial returns from other states showed: Mississippi: Rep. Arthur Winstend <5th) apparently won the Democratic re- nominatioii —'.which is the same thing as election in Mississippi— over four opponents. He was attacked for his vote against eco- ^nomic aid to Korea and his record "on national defense. Rep. John Del) Williams, nth) the state's only other congressman with opposition, was renornln- ated easily. A run-off Sept. 12 between state senators Prank Smith and Oscar Wolfe will determine the victor for the seat of Rep. will M. whitting- ton.(3d dist) who is retiring. With 129 out of 135 precincts in. Smith had 6,627 votes to Wolfe's 8.550. A third candidate, Lomax Lamb. Jr.. had 4,473. Wyoming: Rep. prank A. Barret was well out PAIR OF 'JACKS—Steeplejack Fat Corbett, 57, right, gets a help- Ing hand from his 32-year-old son, Joe, as they work on the new 217-foot television tower being erected atop New York's Empire State building. The elder Corbett worked on the 1250-foot building's original tower when It was built in 1930. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "LOST VOLCANO" with Johnnj Sheffield A; Donald Woods Also Xtwt &, Short Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Wednesday & Thursday "WOMAN OF DISTINCTION" MISS MINNESOTA—Representing Minnesota ot the Atlantic City Miss America bounty contest will be Jeanne Traun of Minneapolis, winner over 19 contestants at Excelsior, near Minneapolis. She U 18, brown haired and a singer (AP Wirephoto). today studying new Yugoslav ap- ls for help in keeping Marshal ei head above the swirling Com- Intorm waters. Tito has b«en on the Soviet spot ince 1948 lor his refusal to become docile disciple of Russian-type Communism. Diplomatic authorities say there have been strong hints from Yugoslavia that she needs more economic aid from the west. Yugoslavia Ambassador Jose Brili reportedly recently Intimated ro British Minister of State Kenneth Younger that Belgrade was chafing under too heavy cash-on-lhe-llne payments as provided In the Anglo- Yugoslav trade agreement. There a | iK) appear to have been suggestions tor some special formula of American help to Yugoslav- la, without the political tmpllca- llons inherent in the Marshall Plsn. At the same time. Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevln's troubleshooter, Ernest Davies. Is reported In Yugoslavia on a pacifying mission. Davits was sent to the Balkans after the Belgrade regime asked London's help in ending lone-standing frio- tlons with Itnlv and Greece. Davies already has been in touch with the Greeks and Italians. in front of three opixments for the Republican nomination for governor, with about half the precincts reported. Former Rep. John J. Mclntyre was ahead of two opponents for the Democratic nomination for governor. In the scramble for the House seat Barrett is vacating, (Wyoming's only one) state Rep. William H. Harrison led Homer oxley for the Republican vote and John B. Clark was comfortably ahead of other Democratic candidates. Delaware: Delaware Democrats picked Henry Winchester oj Brandy wine Hill as the party's candidate against Republican Rep. J. Caleb Boggs. Like Wyoming, Delaware has only one House seat. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 Aug. 23. W)—(USDAl—Hogs 6.50X); active; weights over 190 Ib. mostly 50 higher < than average Tuesday; some sales 75 higher; lighter weights and sows 25-50 higher; good and choice 200-240 Ib 24.85 to mostly 23.00. top 25.25 for several loads; few 250-270 Ib 2-1.25-75; heavier weights very scarce; 180-190 Ib. mostly 24,50-85; 150-170 Ib 22.0024.25; 120-140 Ib 19.CO-21.2S; good and choice sows 400 Ib down 21,00 22.25. few 22.50; good 410-500 Ib 20.00-75; over 500 Ib 18.00-19.50; few 17.75; slags 12,50-15.00; boars S.OO- 11.50. Cattle 2,700, calves 1,000; supply of cattle moderate to small, cows making up about 25 per cent of receipts; opening slow; some earls sales steady on steers, heifers and cows; bulls unchanged; vealers 1.00 lower; few good steers 28.75-29.00 medium good heifers and mixei yearlings 24.ffO-23.50; good cowi 22.00-23.00; common and medium 1D.50-21.50; canners and cutters 15.50-19.50; medium and good bull 23.00-24.25; cutler and commoi I9.BO-22.00; good and choice vealers 30.00-34.00; common and medtun 22.00-29.00. British Take Note of Tito Plea for Aid LONDON. Aug. 23. HP) _, The British government was reported Device Detects Sloppy KP's PASADENA, Calif.. Allff. 23. W|— Greasy spoon restaurants and henpecked husbands may soon be at the mercy of a new type lamp. The lamp — using "black light" mercury—can detect sloppy dishwashing. It was explained In an ilhimlnnt- iug talk to lighting engineers yesterday by Alston Rodgers. who helped design the lamp for use by Cleveland Health Department Inspectors. "A dish may look perfectly clean," said Rodgers, "but unless dish washers have been careful, the lamp's ultra-violet rnys will show It to be dotted with particles that shine In the dark." If the little woman starts using It —husbands, beware! 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Germany, for use in the Church of the Sacred Heart in Lowell, Mass. Although this mosaic represents the firm's first postwar order trorn abroad it shows the industrial revival now under way in Western Germany under lli« direction ol thR Allied powers Form Storage Men Get Aid WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. {If}— The House has unanimously approved the idea of giving federal financial backing to builders of new whole- BLYTHEVILLE5 ONLY Al-L WHITE THEATRE. Open Week Days 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 ' Saturdays* Sundays 1:00 Last Times Today DOUBLE FKATUKG — uitiur-rauMuu •in iitcim • ruiutn nntti —PLUS— Ciirloon Thursday & Friday DOUBLE KCATURE —Plus— RED STALLION - ROCKIES tACU DON fllMi Cartoon sale terminal markets (or farm crops. The measure won sivitt approval by a vo!cr vote yesterday It now Boes (.1 the senate. The bill's backers said II would cut the spread between what the farmer gets lor his produce, and what the housewife pays for H. The bill would permit, the Agri- Baptist School To Close Doors LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 23. W>) Financially-troubled Central College will cKise operations Immediately. Tlie Arkansas Baptist Convention decided this yesterday at a special session. The group upheld by 70 votes the recommendation of Its executive committee ilmt the Junior college be liquidated. Seven hundred 52 messengers (delegates) voted (or the closing; 682, against. A committee was named to attend Ihe details ot the liquidation. The group Includes Irving M. Price. the college's president, and \j. W. Williams. Us business manager. The school, now In summer recess, won't open this fall. Central has been operated as a co-educational school nl Camp Robinson, near Norlh Uttle Rock, since ion. Before that it, operated for many years nt Conway as a Junior girls college. The vole to close the college was taken after on all-day session. Discussion by proponents and opponents of closing often was heated, and occasionally even hitter. The convention voted to allow trustees of the other Baptist-supported college. Jour-year Onachlla at Arkmielphta, to borrow $50.000 to pay teachers' salaries and outstanding hills. Action on a request for an additional $150,000 for the OnacllllB budget was deferred until the con- .volition's regular meeting in November. Queen Victoria began the study of Hindustani, one of the most Intricate languages in the world, after she wns 75 years old- culture Department to Insure up to $100,000,000 of mortgages on new terminals. They would be privately Dpi rated. HEY KIDS! FREE TOYS TONiTE We Guarantee This Program LAST TIMES TONITE DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM AlfGABA *** **L__ WWYTHffYfJ ~t ANDY DEVINE fOHTUNlO BOHANOVA HANK fUGUA JUMSAY AMIS MOROK1 OLSIK tURT HATCH A/ways a Co/or Cartoon THURSDAY & FRIDAY DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM It's Happy! It's Romantic! 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